Darío Mariño Associate Professor, Clarinet
He has worked with conductors like Simon Rattle, Valery Gergiev, Christian Thielemann, Daniel Barenboim, Daniel Harding, Andris Nelsons, Herbert Blomsted, Paavo Järvi, Iván Fischer and Christoph Eschenbach, among others. As a chamber musician, he founded the Natalia Ensemble, the Hanns Eisler Trio, and the Berliner Nonett and has collaborated with musicians such as Leif Olev Andsnes, Amihai Grosz, Guy Braunstein, John Corigliano, Anne LeBozec, Cuarteto Quiroga, Alain Meunier, Paul Rivinius, Scharoun Ensemble, Maurice Bourgue, Radovan Vlatkovic and Klaus Thunemann.
Darío won the First Prize and Gold Medal in the Soloists' competition of the Primer Palau in Barcelona, which resulted in performing and recording the clarinet concertos by Mozart, Weber, Shaw, and Copland.
Passionate about pedagogy, he teaches in Masterclasses both clarinet and chamber music and orchestra in various formats, such as seminars with the Natalia Ensemble - reduction of large orchestra scores for small ensembles without a conductor -, and in orchestras such as the Theater Jugendorchester Kassel, the Andalusian Youth Orchestra (OJA) or the JONDE Darío Mariño was a clarinet soloist with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Staatstheater Kassel and currently the Symphony Orchestra of the Gran Teatro del Liceo de Barcelona.